Treatments for dry hair can be expensive, whether at the salon or out of a bottle at home, and often they include ingredients that might not be recognizable. So why not make your own at home from all-natural oils and ingredients?
Add a shine boost, restore the natural gloss to your hair and moisturize it at the same time with these inexpensive and scalp-friendly remedies from BecomeGorgeous.com. And the best part is the ingredients can be found right at your local supermarket!
— 5 Oil Hair Serum – Mix 2 tbsp of avocado oil with 1 tbsp of coconut oil, 1 tsp of jojoba oil and 1 tbsp of almond oil in a bowl. Pour it into a tiny bottle, shake it and apply to wet hair.
— Castor Oil Hair Serum – Apply a few drops of castor to your fingers and massage into hair to tame frizzy pieces and condition.
— Grapeseed Oil and Lavender Hair Serum – Mix 4 ounces of grapeseed oil with 7 drops of lavender oil. You can also cut open a vitamin E caplet and add to the mix. Pour it into a container and use it when your hair needs a boost.
— Jojoba Oil and Peppermint Hair Serum – This is a great one for heat-damaged hair, according to the article. Mix 4 ounces of jojoba oil with 6 drops of peppermint oil. Pour into a small bottle and shake. Massage a few drops into damp hair.
— Coconut Oil Hair Serum – In a bowl mix 4 ounces of coconut oil with 8 drops of rose oil. Pour into a container and shake the bottle. Apply a few drops to wet hair and let hair dry naturally. Repeat the treatment once a day for two weeks.
I’ve been using something similar to your coconut oil hair serum, but I was using lavender oil instead of rose oil. Works great!
I’ve been using argan oil, but it’s almost impossible to have it home made! I just buy Pro Naturals Moroccan Oil Hair Treatment, and it’s so light and easily absorbed that my hair doesn’t look greasy in the least. I’ve seen a great improvement, my hair is longer and more lustrous now.